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Shoes (English Vocabulary)

ESL Vocabulary for Shoes

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The following page has learning games and example sentences using the following 11 words from the "shoes" category:
Studying shoe-related terms is useful for fashion discussions and understanding various types of footwear.

Memory Game

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Example Sentences

espadrille

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a type of casual summer shoe with a canvas or fabric upper and a jute or rope sole

Easy Examples

  • Espadrilles are comfortable summer shoes.
  • I like wearing espadrilles to the beach.
  • Espadrilles come in various colors.

Harder Examples

  • She wore espadrilles to the beach to keep her feet cool.
  • He loves the comfort of espadrilles for walking in hot weather.
  • They bought matching espadrilles for their vacation.

flip flop

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a simple and lightweight sandal with a V-shaped strap that goes between the toes

Easy Examples

  • Flip flops are great for hot weather.
  • I wear flip flops when I go to the pool.
  • Flip flops are easy to slip on and off.

Harder Examples

  • She slipped on her flip flops to run a quick errand.
  • He always wears flip flops around the house.
  • They packed flip flops for the poolside relaxation.

gladiator sandal

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a type of sandal with multiple straps that resemble the footwear worn by ancient Roman gladiators

Easy Examples

  • Gladiator sandals have straps that go up the leg.
  • I bought a pair of gladiator sandals for the summer.
  • Gladiator sandals can be both stylish and comfortable.

Harder Examples

  • She wore stylish gladiator sandals to the summer music festival.
  • He likes the edgy look of gladiator sandals.
  • They chose comfortable gladiator sandals for the day of sightseeing.

mule

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a backless slip-on shoe that may have a closed or open toe

Easy Examples

  • Mules are slip-on shoes without a back.
  • Mules are easy to put on in a hurry.
  • I like wearing mules with dresses.

Harder Examples

  • She wore mules to the office for a casual Friday.
  • He finds mules easy to slip on when he's in a hurry.
  • They bought leather mules for a touch of elegance.

rain boot

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a waterproof boot designed to keep the feet dry in wet weather

Easy Examples

  • Rain boots keep your feet dry on rainy days.
  • I wear rain boots when it's wet outside.
  • Rain boots are often made of rubber.

Harder Examples

  • She put on her bright yellow rain boots for the rainy day.
  • He keeps a pair of rain boots in the car for unexpected showers.
  • They wore rain boots and raincoats for a walk in the drizzle.

sandal

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a lightweight and open shoe with straps or an open upper

Easy Examples

  • Sandals are open-toed shoes perfect for warm weather.
  • I like wearing sandals to the beach.
  • Sandals come in many styles and colors.

Harder Examples

  • She prefers sandals for the beach vacation.
  • He owns several pairs of comfortable sandals.
  • They like to wear sandals for outdoor adventures.

sneaker

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a type of athletic shoe with a rubber sole, typically designed for sports or casual wear

Easy Examples

  • Sneakers are comfortable shoes for sports and casual wear.
  • I wear sneakers when I go jogging.
  • Sneakers are great for running and playing sports.

Harder Examples

  • She laced up her sneakers for a morning jog.
  • He collects vintage sneakers as a hobby.
  • They chose sneakers for their active lifestyle.

snow boot

snow boot icon

a heavy, insulated boot designed to keep the feet warm and dry in snowy and cold conditions

Easy Examples

  • Snow boots keep your feet warm in cold and snowy weather.
  • I wear snow boots when I go skiing.
  • Snow boots have thick insulation to protect against the cold.

Harder Examples

  • She wore snow boots for the winter hike in the mountains.
  • He enjoys building snowmen with his kids in snow boots.
  • They invested in high-quality snow boots for their ski trip.

stiletto

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a high-heeled shoe with a very narrow and pointed heel

Easy Examples

  • Stilettos are high-heeled shoes that add height and style.
  • She wore stilettos to the formal event.
  • Stilettos can be challenging to walk in for some people.

Harder Examples

  • She wore stilettos to the formal gala.
  • He admires the elegance of stiletto heels.
  • They bought a pair of red stilettos for a special occasion.

baseball shoe

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a type of athletic shoe designed for playing baseball

Easy Examples

  • Baseball shoes have cleats for better grip on the field.
  • I need new baseball shoes for the upcoming season.
  • Baseball shoes are designed for playing on grass or dirt.

Harder Examples

  • She put on her baseball shoes and headed to practice.
  • He needs comfortable baseball shoes for games.
  • They choose the right baseball shoes for their team.

boot

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a type of footwear that covers the foot and extends above the ankle or even higher

Easy Examples

  • Boots are versatile shoes that cover the ankle or go higher.
  • I wear boots in the winter to keep warm.
  • Cowboy boots are a popular style of boots.

Harder Examples

  • She wore knee-high boots with her winter coat.
  • He prefers wearing ankle boots with jeans.
  • They bought leather boots for a motorcycle adventure.
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